Project Manager (Grade 5.1-5.2)
£35,441.96 to £39,525.91 p.a. dependent on experience
Annual salary will be subject to a generous above inflation pay rise on April 1st 2021
Allen Archaeology are looking to appoint a Project Manager to our Lincoln office on a permanent basis, subject to successful completion of a six-month probationary period. This is a fantastic opportunity for a dynamic individual to manage current ongoing projects and to help expand our existing portfolio and client base.
The role would be best suited to an individual with considerable management experience, but candidates with less experience in this field, looking to make the move from fieldwork to management, may also be considered. Assistance with relocation costs may be available.
You will be responsible for ensuring that all work is of a quality which meets the requirements of current standards and guidance and will be responsible for line management of members of the field team, contributing to staff training and development. You should have excellent presentation skills and be able to liaise with clients, local authority archaeologists, and the general public. The role will involve occasional travel and away work throughout the UK.
Based at our head office in the thriving and affordable historic cathedral city, a stone's throw from the seaside and the spectacular scenery of the Lincolnshire Wolds, there are plenty of reasons to consider a job in Lincoln. With affordable housing, great schools and excellent transport links, we are ideally situated for reaching all of the UK. This is an excellent opportunity for those wishing to relocate or perhaps have a change in career direction. Whatever the reason, you will find Lincolnshire and Allen Archaeology to be a welcoming and diverse place to live and work.
- Proven experience of the delivery of fieldwork projects of all sizes, within agreed budgets and timescales
- A relevant archaeological qualification and excellent knowledge of British archaeology
- An understanding of relevant heritage legislation and of current national and regional technical standards and guidance
- The ability to work unsupervised and on your own initiative
- The ability to write clearly and to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences
- A positive outlook with the ability to lead by example and to supervise, manage, motivate and co-ordinate a team both locally and remotely
- Knowledge of GIS packages, drawing packages, such as AutoCAD and/or Corel Draw
- Excellent computer literacy and attention to detail
- An understanding of project planning tools
- An inquisitive mind and a courteous and professional manner
- Excellent negotiation skills
- Full and Valid UK Driving License
- A valid CSCS card
What we offer:
- Membership of CIfA at MCIfA grade
- Post-graduate archaeological qualification
- Project Management qualification
- Working knowledge of databases and resource management tools
- Willingness to make a positive contribution to staff development through mentoring
- A range of formal CPD, RoSPA and IATP accredited training covering aspects of health and safety and people management
- 28 days holiday pro rata, rising after 3 years continuous service
- Full sick pay after a qualifying period
- Occupational pension with employer’s contribution
- Childcare voucher scheme
- Cycle-to-work scheme
- 50% contribution to CIfA membership
To apply, please follow this link to submit your CV, Cover Letter and complete the application form:
References will not be approached without permission. Candidates applications will be reviewed upon receipt of their application.
Closing date for applications is Monday 8th March 2021.
Shortlisting will take place that week and interviews will be held via Zoom/Microsoft Teams or in person at our Head Office in Lincoln the week commencing 15th March 2021.
Allen Archaeology are an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community and is committed to promoting equality of opportunity. It is essential that all applicants must be either a British citizen, an EU National or hold a full work visa and where appropriate be registered under the ‘Worker Registration Scheme’ or hold a current work permit. Proof of identity and eligibility to work in the UK will be required prior to commencement of employment.